Maidstone Pretty Muddy Kids 2018
8 Jul 2018

Jaxon's Race for Life

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Jaxon Millins

(page managed by Victoria Millins)

Total raised


+ £26.25 Gift Aid

135 Complete
135% of £100.00 target

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I'm taking on a Race for Life Pretty Muddy to raise money to beat cancer

Jaxon (and I) are taking on this challenge with some of his friends as his bestest friend since nursery is going through the nightmare that is cancer with her beloved mummy. Her mummy (who is also Paisley’s Godmother) was diagnosed with breast cancer earlier this year and is currently undergoing her life saving treatment. This as well as my step mother over coming skin cancer as well in recent years makes this is very close to our hearts right now and is on all of our minds. We can’t make people better but we can help by doing this and we want to help fight this dreadful disease and hopefully prevent more people from suffering in the future. So help me to help Jaxon support his best friend and her amazing family, my dear friends Fiona and Emma.
Please sponsor us for the 5km super muddy obstacle Course and help raise money for this brilliant charity.

Thankyou so much.

Latest updates


Karen Donovan



Well done to everyone


Martin Millins



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Alex Hayward



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck Jaxon!!!





+£2.50 Gift Aid

Very proud of you Jaxon, I’m sure this will be the first of many


Rachel Crockford



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Go Jaxon!!! (And Victoria). Have lots of fun in the mud xxx


Cancer Research UK




Well done Jaxon, you just got your fifth donation!

Total raised£135.00



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